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AVAudiovisual
AVAverage
AVAdult Video
AVAnti-Virus
AVAnalog Video
AVAvenue (ESRI ARCview Scripting Language)
AVAccess Violation
AVAdded Value
AVAlternative Vote (UK politics; election method)
AVAnguilla
AVAltaVista (search engine)
AVAir Vehicle
AVAperture Value
AVAortic Valve
AVAnti-Virus Vendor
AVArcView (ESRI software)
AVArteriovenous
AVAliso Viejo (California)
AVAd Valorem (tax)
AVAlterac Valley (World of Warcraft gaming)
AVAeroVironment, Inc (Monrovia, CA)
AVAlgemene Vergadering (Dutch: General Assembly; Netherlands)
AVAll Views
AVActive Voice
AVAir Valve
AVArmored Vehicle
AVAnimal-Vegetable
AVAmerigo Vespucci
AVAlta Verapaz (Guatemala, territorial division)
AVAvoirdupois
AVAssurance Vieillesse (French: Pension Insurance)
AVAero Vodochody (Czech Republic)
AVArtificial Vagina
AVApproval Voting (election voting systems)
AVAviation Maintenance Technician (USN Rating)
AVAerospace Vehicle
AVAction Verb
AVAbsolute Virtue (Final Fantasy XI gaming)
AVAccess Verification (Sprint)
AVAirborne Virus
AVAutomatic Voice Network
AVAerial Victory
AVAllocation Vector
AVAuxiliary Vector
AVAmes Waltzer
AVAfrican Views (Hoboken, NJ)
AVAbrasion Value (engineering/geology)
AVAttack/Vertical (military aircraft designation)
AVAir Variant (simulation model for ground warfare)
AVArchitecture Verification
AVAssault Vertical
AVAvionics Verification
AVAufenthaltsvertrag (treaty concerning foreign forces in Germany, 1954)
AVAirspace Viewing
AVAutovoice (IRC)
AVAssessable Value
AVAttribute-Value (Cisco)
AVAsociación de Vecinos (Spanish: Neighbors Association)
AVAssessed Value
AVAsset Value
AVAvellino, Campania (Italian province)
AvAvestan (linguistics)
AVAvatar
AVAvianca (Aerovias del Continente Americano) Colombian Airline
AVSeaplane Tender
AVAviation
AVAvionics
AVAUTOVON (now DSN)
AVAvenue
AVAvestan
AVAsset Visibility
AVAtrioventricular
AVAudio/Video
AVArtificial Vision
AVAuthorized Version (same as King James Version) of the Bible
AVAuto Vent
AVAversiveness
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Correlates of academic procrastination: Discomfort, task aversiveness, and task capability.
This is consistent with associative theories which propose a positive relationship between the aversiveness of a stimulus or punishment and the severity of the conditioned response (Rachman, 1977, 1991).
aversiveness towards smoking, aversiveness towards tobacco, and current smoking rate--to represent adolescents' attitudes towards the risky behavior of smoking--the dependent variables in the proposed model.
There is little data on the aversiveness of typical spankings compared to alternatives that parents could use instead.
For the PHAB, the only condition in which directional was rated significantly better than omnidirectional was the aversiveness subscale, on which a subject rates the degree to which sounds (especially loud sounds) are bothersome.
Also, DaRos-Voseles, Onwuegbuzie, and Collins (2005) found that cooperative groups attaining the highest levels of procrastination due to task aversiveness typically have been those with the lowest levels of performance in research methodology courses.
This conclusion is similar to that made by Panaccione and Wahler (1986), in which they discovered that the mother's aversiveness, the mother's level of depression, and the child's aversiveness were all related to, and predictive of, each other.
In the case of discrete trial instruction of children with autism, practitioners may benefit from a conceptually systematic analysis of motivation when conducting training, applying the principles to new problems, generally reducing the aversiveness of teaching environments, and decreasing reliance on escape extinction.
This inference is supported by the observation that the aversiveness of tannins to mice is reduced by the induction of high levels of salivary proline-rich proteins (PRPs) (Glendinning, 1992b).
If, however, it is the aversiveness of the delay immediately prior to the onset of the discriminative stimuli that is responsible for the differential preference found in earlier research, the pigeons should prefer the S+ that immediately follows the delay, over the S+ that immediately follows the initial stimulus.
This is an important point in supporting counselors' use of n = 1 ITS research methodologies because it lessens the ethical aversiveness associated with refraining from offering treatment to the client as soon as the first visit is undertaken.
Thus, we hypothesize that differences in risk aversiveness among male and female participants may account for the large overall mean differences in game performance.